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2023-12-07 21:07:12 | pauls writes:

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Seller's description:
Vehicle Location
Whitmore Lake, Michigan 48189
Mileage 78,000
VIN # P1876148BW
Exterior Black
Transmission Auto
Interior tan
Engine 3.8 liter
Condition Good
I bought this car to restore but ran out of funds. The body and chassis are in good condition, with very few dings, little rust, and a clean undercarriage. I have started and driven the car for a short distance (approx. 1/2 mile), although it stalled out several times. The steering, brakes, transmission - drive train in general, are all in good condition. Parts of the interior are in good condition - a good headliner and back seat bench, but the driver's seat need reupholstering. Although I am not a mechanic, friends of mine who are, have worked on the vehicle, and a more detailed description can be provided.

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